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, from one area to another. in pain. citing how bostonians rushed in to help the injured. president obama sent a message of solidarity and defiance. >> you want to know who we are and who america is, how we respond to evil? that is it. selfless selflessly, compassionatly. >> reporter: any time bombs are used, it is an act of terror, he says, the lawmaker got an intel briefing last week. >> there was no evidence at all, no intelligence that seemed to be out there. >> reporter: the top senate republican was critical. >> i think it is safe to say that for many, the complacency prior to september 11th, has actually returned. >> reporter: today, nervousness has returned, false alarms at cleveland and boston airport, suspicious packages. >> we wouldn't let the attack in boston keep us from the normal daily routines. >> reporter: and most americans seem to agree. >> lawmakers taking the spotlight are vowing to hold hearings on boston, as soon as they can. live from the hill, i'm steve handelsman, news 4. >>> and the victims of the bombings just spoke a while ago. >> reporter: actually, just as w
a spokesperson for the pakistani taliban is denying any role in all this. president obama has sent resources to this area and he said those responsible will feel the weight of justice. reporting live, brianne carter, abc 7 news. >> thank you. we're hearing from a runner from rockville who was in boston when the bombs went off. ,> tom roussey is in boston continuing live team coverage with the latest. massachusetts'governor says this will not be business as usual in boston today. you can see evidence of that behind me where police and shut down many streets surrounding the square that's a few blocks away from where the marathon ended. that's the area where the bombs went off yesterday. there were a number of folks from the d.c. area around when that happened. spirit video from yesterday. there were hundreds of runners from the d.c. area, from northern virginia, maryland, the district, who had finished by this stage or in the process of finishing. fortunately, we have not heard of any injuries from folks in this area. we spoke last night to a member of a, montgomery county road runners. dan li
. that is the early verdict from house republicans about president obama's budget proposal. >> jon: noooo! it can't be dead. they sent me one. no air holes in it. i'm sure it's fine. i'm sure... noooo! not today, budget. not today. ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: why, these are just scripts for the photocopied budget cover. i've been lying to everybody. all right. but that's just it. the right doesn't like anything obama does. how does the left feel >> furious democrats upset about entitlements >> very disappointed. that is one big pile of [bleep]. >> jon: well, the senator from jurassic park is correct. so finally barack obama brings republicans and democrats together in shared dislike. the president's mow joe seems to be fading. even his jump shot seems to be gone. the brick layer in chief recently going 2-for-22 on his home court. i don't want to say anything, but someone is laughing at him right now. "even i can lay up. i mean, come on." can obama regain his mow joe on the fund-raising circuit? >> president obama is getting some heat for his comments about california attorney general kamala h
, monuments are under extra guard and there is a red alert. in rome, where the premiere sent a message to president obama condemning what he called the cowardly bombings in america. in rio de janeiro, where they're getting ready for the him glikes 2016, cracking down on anyone who looks out of place today. police seemingly everywhere in new york city. extra security for the dodgers game in los angeles in washington in las vegas, atlanta, chicago, no matter where you look, cities and the whole country is on the lookout, here, and there, and we got you covered everywhere. with amy kellogg in a nervous london, and eric in times square, and sheryl outside fortress wall street, and rick leventhal in an anxious boston. we start with rick. >> a number of developments this afternoon, including a boston globe report that investigators found a circuit board believed to have triggered the bombs. they were made with pressure cookers, a style of explosive device found in afghanistan and pakistan. we learned that the saudi national who was tackled running from the scene, whose apartment was searched
the secretary. the queen sent a personal message to president obama. they haven't told us what's in that. certainly a real sense of sympathy coming from here, the uk, to what we've seen unfold in the u.s. >> max, of course, as we said before, the london marathon this weekend. there's been statements made about security, obviously that would be a concern. what are they saying? >> reporter: well, it's interesting. the head of the london marathon, which is on sunday, came out almost straightaway saying, this event will still carry on. some people think that was too sudden. but it was a sign of defiance and that's been reflected in the runners today as well saying, we are more determined to run in the race on sunday in solidarity for boston. interesting, a real campaign kicked off today on twitter. it qualified hands on hearts, a campaign to get runners as they cross the finish line on sunday to put their hands across the heart in solidarity for boston. you'll see a lot of that on sunday. we just heard from the metropolitan police commissioner, head of the dlon police, saying there will be i
on monday that he had sent a message through bill richardson who was in caracas to president obama saying let's talk. is that true? we'll see. my sense is that he's not -- and i agree with you a little bit, i think, nicholas -- he's not up to the job if he really only got half the vote. that is not something that is going to make for stin presence in the presidency. >> charlie: for the most part he would carry on the policies of hugo chavez. >> i think he would except that a lot of economic reforms have to be undertaken very quickly because the economy can't continue the way it is among other things giving gasoline away. they can't go on that way. >> nick raised the question of ideology. it's important to note that the opposition it wasn't an election about ideology. the opposition, what was fascinating about it is it ran on a comain to administer it more efficiently. they accepted the social missions. they accepted even the foreign policy. dressed in red. he was in some ways praising chavez and saying that maduro wasn't worthy. he see it wasn't an election about ideology but an election
's no way president obama would have had warning about this. idiotic comparison. probably the same moron who sent this email. for sure this was done by a muslim. >> stephanie: you cannot compare the two. not the day of, the day after when all of this came out about how many intelligence warnings there were. it wasn't like there was a nonspecific warning -- when in the hearing -- member the name of the memo terrorists determined to strike in in the united states using airplanes. >> yeah and in italy they had missiles set up because they took the warnings seriously -- >> stephanie: and this was obviously the worst security failure in our history. >> how dare that caller politicize it like this -- the day after this happened. >> stephanie: oh, look the phone lines exploded. oh jacki schechner is back. >> five years blah blah blah blah -- >> stephanie: boy, oh boy, so much for no democrats or republicans, we're all americans today. >> you can't put it on hold for a little bit, huh? >> stephanie: jacki you can stay with us, please? >> sure, why not. >> stephanie: we found
bullying. secretary kerry was channeling president obama when he told president medvedev that he would missileflexible about defense in europe so we sacrifice that as well. i think we sent the wrong message to china. >> it was not so much a question of saying let's look for the triggers to bring down the regime or anything like that. we keep hearing about how china is so upset about the north and are they angry about them now and they are rethinking all this. they're held by the fact that the last thing they want to see is that regime collapsed. and therefore they're not able to put on enough pressure to get any change. supposed to say everything is nuanced and black and white in washington policy circles but this does seem like the north koreans say, we're going to be on the track we are -- unless we're stopped. is regime collapse that might change their mind. that is possible, i am not ruling that out. until the chinese give the sense that the worst thing in the world is not the collapse of the north korean regime, the worst thing in the world this continuation of the way they're goi
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